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the united states of america is the greatest nation on earth! >> a president aiming for four more years. >> this is about america, the country we love. it's in trouble. it needs our help. we're going to take it back and make sure america remains the hope of the earth. >> a challenger remaining to stop him. it's been a long road for them and for us. >> in america we celebrate success. we don't apologize for success. >> if you reject the notion that our government is forever beholden to the highest bidder. >> the convention speeches. >> took the president 14 days before he called the attack in benghazi anarch of terror. >> he did -- an act of terror. >> he did, in fact, call it an act of terror. >> you said a little while ago we should still have troops in iraq. >> the post debate things. >> i need iowa. >> you know where i stand. turn out to vote for me. >> and finally the voting and the president reelected. well, as americans we do like to think of ourselves as exception ark but as we discovered during our -- exceptional, but as we discovered during our voting systems last night, we are
. we don't know what started the fire. >>> today we honor america's service members who stand on the line protecting our freedom. 9 news now and the uso of metropolitan washington are partnering up to say thank you to these men and women. we're raising money to provide holiday food baskets to area service members and their families. it's called turkeys for troops. if you'd like to donate, call 202-895-5560. an $8 donation will feed a family of six. >> it was the end of a wonderful day. >> reporter: a soldier about to ship out. >> thomas decided to say good night to his friends. >> reporter: before he goes he records a story for his son back home. >> hi, guys. how you doing? >> reporter: a few feet away a life story for a son lost. >> we say good-bye to him on father's day, 2006. >> reporter: petty officer second class david roddy was responsible for saving lives. he disabled bombs on the battlefield and in the streets of iraq. >> what david was doing would save probably 20,000 lives. >> reporter: in 2006 david was killed while on a mission to take apart an ied. >> what ti
got to pick out their gowns for free in the national brides across america program. and we both know how much a savings that could be for sure. surae chinn was there when the women said yes to the dress. and in manassas, virginia. >> i still like that. >> reporter: her fiance has nine months left in the deployment. in the meantime, she is searching for the one. >> that will be good. >> reporter: and she thinks that she found it. >> i think this is it. >> that's the fun? all right. >> this is yours. it is exactly what we wanted it at the top. >> and these beautiful dresses have been donated by different companies. costing anywhere from $1,000 on up and these military brides get to take them home for free. >> i'm not comfortable. >> reporter: the air force captain is just hoping for the perfect fit. >> this is it. she just returned from afghanistan, her third tour of duty. and that somebody has seen the service that a lot of those women have done. and that is the whole thing in the past as much as it should. and so this will be really cool. the first dress that they tried on, and you c
: in a statement on wednesday, allen says he is cooperating with investigators. in the meantime they want america's to receive more epics training to help steer them away from trouble. anita? back to you. >> tara, thank you. >> the conflict is escalating where a family of three was killed today in southern israel. the blast came after they assassinated the chief. and the militant group, they said that 15 palestinians were also killed in the attack. and the commander said that they targeted the chief as payback for the rockets that were fired into israel. they are living within 25 miles and being warned to stay home as that fight intensifies. >>> caught on tape. folks wanted for questioning in an armed robbery that ended in gunfire, right? near the white house. you're looking at store surveillance video of the individuals that they say, they may know something about what happened last night. or should i say last friday at 18th street and jefferson place. that's where investigators say they robbed a group of five people and at least one shot was fired during an ensuing chase. >>> and also in d.c. t
a clear and unequivocal message. with the right leadership, america is about to come roaring back. >> at every stop, both candidates are pleading with supporters who haven't voted early to get to the polls on tuesday. cbs news, white house. >> president obama will end his night in chicago. romney will finish in new hampshire where he's got a home. both men will have made more than 100 campaign stops. >> sky 9 was over the site of a deadly accident today. two people were killed in a multi vehicle crash on central avenue near the six flags amusement park. both lanes were closed while the emergency crews pull a person from the wreckage. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused it. >>> metro is apologizing for a mistake over the weekend. the subway system closed at 3:00 a.m. sunday morning but clocks were moved back and stations should have stayed open for another hour. sorry for any inconvenience to late night customers. >> will it be a party or a wave tomorrow night? bruce johnson returns to see who people are picking to win the presidency. >> a relatively quiet elec
across the country, high school students... are joining forces with volunteers of america... and major league baseball players... to create action teams. action teams are a great way... to help people in your community who really need it. we want to inspire the next generation of volunteers. so start an action team at your school. and get in on the action. learn more at volunteersofamerica.org/ actionteam. >>> if your kids use a car seat hear this next story. trytax is recalling 60,000 of them. children can bite off a piece of the harness pad and choke and they say this has happened three times. it gotten reports about them. you want to check your car for these models -- they will replace the pads for free. if you have one of those mood els takeout -- models take out the current harness pad until you get the new one. >>> a passenger was stopped at a security check point at reagan national airport this morning. >> problem was it was not a cell phone. turns out it was a stun gun designed to look like a cell phone. the usual call button actually says the word "stun." and another button sa
is america's sport. and christian stevenson's 12- year-old son is enamored with it. >> he gets up two hours before practice, he's got his uniform on. he can't walk when he gets off the practice field because they've worked him so hard but he's smiling. >> her experience has been far different. after suffering repeated concussions playing the game he loved, he knew it was time to quit. >> my memory is still kind of off. >> because of growing concerns that some of the damage from repeated concussions doesn't go away, one leading boston researcher proposed very tough guidelines for the youngest athletes. >> we believe that kids under the age of 14 shouldn't play collision sports as they're currently being played. >> and dr. kent recommends no full body checking under age 14 in ice hockey and for soccer players, not letting the younger kids head the ball. >> the young child is particularly vulnerable to brain injury. >> at the pro level, greater recognition of the long-term effects of brain trauma prompted the nfl to enact new rules on concussion that is dictate when players can get back on the
and america's trend to eat more healthfully. >> folks have to have their hostess, and a lot of folks buying today were of a certain age. scott broom is in rockville at the wonder baker thrift store where it's pretty nostalgic for scott. >> reporter: they bought as many as they could carry. >> and i cannot let my granddaughters grow up without having tasted the original twinkie. >> i mean, i don't eat them too much. >> reporter: they filled the backs of minivans. >> where are you going to put all these twinkies? >> i have no idea. we live in a small townhouse. >> reporter: and they remember. >> ever since i was a kid, i loved it! >> and i like the swirl on it and i would eat that first. >> hostess twinkies! >> yahoo, the fresh snacks with a smack in the middle! >> reporter: today, emotions ran high enough at this store, police were called to shoe the media away. so they became the icon of junk food. customers say this is all about remembering a happy, boomer childhood, before the foodies spread guilt across the land. >> so you asked your mom to get you a package or two of fresh hostess twink
. >> they are making products for america. and they and their family and all the people that work here. that they did build this. >> reporter: the recent polls will have them up by just two points virginia. and nationally the race is a virtual tie. danielle noddingham, cbs news, the white house. >> today, the new york city mayor in the thick of the storm recovery, endorsed president obama, pointing to the president's leadership on climate change. >>> well, a 4-year-old little girl in colorado, so tired of hearing about this election, that it actually drove her to tears. they were listening on tuesday on their way to the grocery store when the little girl started to tear up. here's what she said when the mom said why are you crying? >> i'm tired. i'm tired of barack obama and mitt romney. >> that's why you're crying? oh, it will be over soon, okay? the election will be over soon, okay? >> yay. >> heck, i feel like crying too. they said sorry we made you cry about barack obama and mitt romney. the note went on to say that we must confess that the campaign has gone long enough for us too. keep telling
-northwest winds at 17. pressure still rising at 29.1 3 inches of america cree. look at the wind gusts. 30 miles per hour wind gusts in bar tons burg, 25 downtown, 29 at andrews. so when you go outside tonight you are going to see a high school football game or just going to run outside, do some errands, dress for the 30s. still some leftover rain and snow showers, primarily in pennsylvania. a little bit pushing through eastern maryland. for the most part we're left with clouds and wind. here's what i mean. feels like it's 39 in gaithersburg, 39 in leesburg. generally in the 30s north and west of town. you jump the divide. our friends out in oakland dealing with 30 inches of snow. feels like it's 22 right now. all right, headline, windy again, cold poor high school football tonight. wind clinls the 30s. kind of a cold start to saturday. will you need your jacket and sunglasses all day saturday. tonight partly cloudy windy and cold. a one-blanket night. winds northwest 10 to 20. by morning partly cloudy breezy and chilly. you still need a jacket, 30s and 40s. winds northwest 10 to 15. going to th
photos to consumer federation of america food safety expert chris waldron. >> this raises questions. if you're finding it, consumers are finding it. i'm not sure why inspectors aren't finding it. >> it's been a long time like this and nothing has changed. >> reporter: the manager wouldn't talk on camera and now his avenue market, his circle seven convenience store -- we're leaving -- and his pizza nest shop all remain open for business. we're just trying to find out -- >> you're not allowed in here. >> reporter: prince george's county officials say they're going back to that pizza place, but when we told d.c. health department officials what we found, there's no record of them doing anything at all and they wouldn't even respond to our questions. that is until today when d.c. council members catania and alexander called them out citing our investigation. in response the department e- mailed me back saying they will now inspect those places and they will report back on what they find. >> good work, russ. >>> moving on to tonight's health alert, the power of putting one foot in fron
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